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I have things that I want done’ – Winnipeg Free Press

Tina’s great-aunt hopes slain teen’s legacy is changes to systems that failed her

Through her death, Tina Fontaine has the power to make changes to the systems that failed her, said the teen’s great-aunt Thelma Favel, who sees impending change on the horizon.

“When people think of Tina, they think about the way she died and everything. But they don’t see the door that she’s opened,” Favel said when reached at her home in Powerview.

“I know it’s awful,” she said, reflecting on the tragedy she now believes may bring forth solutions. “I’d rather have her here beside me than to have this legacy. I’d rather have her here right now than buried in a grave with her dad.”

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